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It took the second generation of IBM PC-2 Model 80s running Intel's 80386 16-bit microprocessor before he could install a pilot site at 80-bed Neillsburg Hospital in Wisconsin.
5; y estaban haciendo su arribo sistemas operativos como MS-DOS 6 (la ultima version de este SO), y las maquinas mas potentes de esas epocas eran las 80386 de 40MHz (procesadores de 32 bits que habian hecho su presentacion en 1985, pero que hasta 1995 fueron popularmente aprovechados por Windows 95).
Each vendor that brought out an "IBM Compatible" PC also went to Intel for its processors, the 8088 and 8086 for the first generation of PC compatibles, then as IBM and Compaq introduced new generations of systems, the 80286, 80386, and 80486.
I waited for the powerful, upscale version, the 80386.
Originally Linux was targeted at only one architecture: the Intel 80386 CPU.
File-Ex works on any 80386 or better IBM compatible PC running Windows 95 or Windows 98.
In 1987, along came Intel's first 32-bit microprocessor, the 80386, and Compaq beat IBM to the market with a desktop computer con-taining it called the Deskpro 386.
To operate efficiently, the Office System requires an MS-DOS compatible 80386, 80486, or Pentium Computer with 4 megabytes of RAM.
GENESYS programs run on Intel-based 80386, 80486 and Pentium machines with math coprocessors and 2 MB of RAM for DOS, 4 MB for Windows and 8 MB for Windows NT.
Evidence of this trend lies in the 80386, 80486 and Pentium-based notebook and sub-notebook computers that are now taking the world by storm.
1 (enhanced mode); an 80386 or above processor with 4 MB of memory; a hard disk with at least 9 MB of free space; and, if sound is desired, a Sound Blaster-compatible sound card.
The 80286's big brothers, the 80386 and 80486 chips, increased the number of address lines to thirty-two, which allowed them to address 4 gigabytes (four billion bytes) of RAM.